Annie Robb Levinsky is the Executive Director of Historic Denver, Inc., a position she has held since 2009. Through her work at Historic Denver, Levinsky seeks to inspire ideas and actions that support the city’s historic fabric and contribute to a vibrant and dynamic community with a unique identity. During her time with Historic Denver, she created the award-winning Denver Story Trek program, co-chaired Doors Open Denver, and launched Historic Denver’s re:Denver forum series, resulting in Historic Denver’s Principles for an Enduring City. She is also responsible for the organization’s advocacy agenda and has worked extensively on issues such as the National Western Center and the Emily Griffith Opportunity School. Prior to her role as Executive Director, she worked for six years at Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum in Capitol Hill, several as the Director. Levinsky is knowledgeable about local history and architecture, and the ways the past engages the present. After attending three Denver Public Schools, Levinsky graduated summa cum laude from Colorado College with a degree in history and has subsequently studied urban planning.